View Poll Results: Which one do you Own?

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  • Alesis

    30 9.68%
  • Behringer

    76 24.52%
  • Soundcraft

    47 15.16%
  • Yamaha

    45 14.52%
  • Mackie

    89 28.71%
  • Peavey

    15 4.84%
  • TASCAM

    44 14.19%
  • Toft

    9 2.90%
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Thread: What mixer do you have and which do you love?

  1. #121
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    For example, it's alot cheaper just over the boarder, to Denmark, Sweden, or a little longer journey to Germany. Have contacts there, so could just order in my name, to them. And then get it myself. And bring back home for saving a lot of money. But driving to Germany, is a day or two driving, so it won't pay off, unless it's some really expensive gear That my friends, are a reason not to move to Norway

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    Except for a brief stint with a mixer that shall not be mentioned, I've always used TASCAM. I love 'em.
    "Isn't this WIERD"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treskalle View Post
    For example, it's alot cheaper just over the boarder, to Denmark, Sweden, or a little longer journey to Germany. Have contacts there, so could just order in my name, to them. And then get it myself. And bring back home for saving a lot of money. But driving to Germany, is a day or two driving, so it won't pay off, unless it's some really expensive gear That my friends, are a reason not to move to Norway


    Plus all of those dang Vikings looting and plundering.
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    Behringers and Tascams. I don't absolutely love any of them, but the older Tascams have a nice solid feel compared to the newer consumer grade stuff.
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    I love my Alesis but I haven't used any other mixers so... It does everything I need it to and I haven't had many problems with it. I think lightning or a power failure fried the effects channel though but it still records great.
    Mea Culpa -:- What Blog? - Good Artist Copy, Great Artist Steal...

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    Have a Mackie 1402.

    Want a Midas Verona 240.
    "By the time these guys are finished people will be clamoring for death panels so they can petition for a mercy killing."

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    I have a Peavey PV8 mixer. It's small, well built, and gets the job done. Although, I wish I would have opted for the PV10. That way I could have the extra XLR inputs(The PV8 one comes with four), and the faders. Definitely taking these things into account when I upgrade.

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    I read back through this thread and found my old post. Four years later and I still own a Soundcraft Ghost. But I'm much further into ProTools now and outboard than I was then. I would still upgrade the board given the cash and the business to warrant it. I'd still consider a Harrison or maybe even an SSL. Something to mix through back to the PT.
    Chord with this, Teddy......

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    Behringer SL3242FX Pro - It does just fine for me right now.

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